Medical open journals

Medical Open Journals: Advancing Healthcare Through Open Access

Delve into the realm of medicine’s frontiers with Openventio’s dedicated collection of Medical Open Journals. Embracing open access principles, we offer a platform for groundbreaking research across diverse medical specialties, from groundbreaking clinical trials to insightful case reports. Discover the latest advancements in:

  • Cardiology:¬†Unravel the mysteries of the heart and vascular system with cutting-edge research on diagnosis,¬†treatment,¬†and prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
  • Oncology:¬†Join the fight against cancer with comprehensive investigations into novel therapies,¬†biomarkers,¬†and patient care strategies.
  • Neuroscience:¬†Explore the intricate workings of the brain and nervous system through research on neurological disorders,¬†neurodegenerative diseases,¬†and brain-computer interfaces.
  • Infectious Diseases:¬†Uncover the secrets of pathogens and immune responses with insightful research on emerging infections,¬†antibiotic resistance,¬†and global health challenges.


Beyond these specialties, delve into a broad spectrum of medical disciplines
. With open access, these findings reach a wider audience, accelerating knowledge sharing and inspiring collaboration across the globe. Join a community of leading medical researchers and practitioners, contribute your own valuable research, and be part of the movement towards a healthier future for all.

LATEST ARTICLES

From Neck Pain to a Life-Threatening Condition: A Case Report

Floris Vandewoude* and Sören Verstraete

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Chest X-ray Showed a Hazy Left Upper Lung Infiltrate

A Noteworthy Case of Myasthenic Crisis Induced by Levofloxacin

Ada Young*, Ramya Ramesh and Milind Awale

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The Right Thigh Anterior Compartment was Swollen, and the Skin was Ulcerated due to the Traditional Cautery

Primary Skeletal Muscle Lymphoma: A Case Report and Literature Review

Solomon Bishaw*, Addisu Alemu and Abel Tefera

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An Unusual Presentation of Encephalitis in a Patient with Lyme Neuroborreliosis

Maithily Patel*, Jazmin Jatana, Ramya Ramesh and Milind Awale

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